Thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate our the groundbreaking of our new transitional home on October 12th! The new facility will provide our graduates with opportunities to receive additional ministry support, mentoring, job skills training, and other valuable resources to help them successfully transition back into mainstream society. Event speakers included Curt Williams, YRGC Founder and Executive Director; David Williams, YRGC Director; Melanie Martin, Owner of Melanie Martin Interiors; Cole Irvin, YRGC graduate; Jackson Bentley, YRGC Operations Coordinator; and Billy Berrey, Gulf Shores Police Department Retired Officer.

Our transitional living facility will be available as an option to all residents who don’t have housing plans after successfully completing the requirements for graduation – as space allows. The home will provide young men with the support they need to continue their journey into Biblical manhood.

Plans for the transitional living facility include six bedrooms and four bathrooms. Pictures of a home built using this floor plan are available on our website.

Funding for this project was provided by Melanie Martin, Owner of Melanie Martin Interiors, through the Mike Martin Change-a-Life Foundation. We are also grateful for the YRGC board members, staff and members of our community that have made this expansion of our ministry possible.

We genuinely appreciate all who have invested in this important initiative. Your generosity will have a deep and lasting impact on this generation and generations to come.